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On Preservation: They’re back! Spawn of SB50 lives on; the good, bad, ugly

On Preservation: They’re back! Spawn of SB50 lives on; the good, bad, ugly

| March 4, 2021 | 1 Comment

After the collapse of the California Senate’s 2020 Housing Package in November of last year, the seeds of a new attack on the will of Californians to determine their own local housing policy were planted at the end of the last session of the Legislature. The failure to pass SB902 was the third strike in […]

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| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

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Master architect Paul R. Williams left a local legacy

Master architect Paul R. Williams left a local legacy

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

As we celebrate the triumphs and struggles of African American History this month, there is perhaps no local example that highlights such achievements better than the residential designs of architect Paul R. Williams. In his six-decade career, Williams worked on more than 3,000 projects that ranged from modest homes to extravagant mansions commissioned for the […]

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Holocaust survivor’s book tells of fear, loss and triumph

Holocaust survivor’s book tells of fear, loss and triumph

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Holocaust survivor Gabriella Karin wrote her memoir as a 90th birthday present to herself. While her story speaks to the horrors of war, it also celebrates the triumph of the human spirit. In 1944, Karin hid in a cramped apartment for nine long months. But unlike Anne Frank — the diarist in the Netherlands who […]

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The highs — and lows — of Brookside’s El Rio del Jardin de las Flores

The highs — and lows — of Brookside’s El Rio del Jardin de las Flores

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Brookside’s stream, El Rio del Jardin de las Flores, has had some highs and lows over the last few years, both in the amount of water moving through the streambed, and in the ongoing research to preserve the stream. Last September, Brookside resident Nancy Levine reached out to the Larchmont Chronicle with an update, letting […]

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